Vice President Product Management
Developers build event-driven architectures with application and data event handlers. Oracle Transactional Event Queues (TEQ) in the database simplifies the exchange of application events for microservices development. For enterprise-wide heterogeneous events, Oracle TEQ can exchange events with Apache Kafka. We present examples of event handling with Oracle TEQ and Apache Kafka.
Modern microservices development is terribly complex when a secure and reliable data architecture is being crafted. This talk presents an overall development architecture – app tier and data tier – for building simpler and secure Microservices. The talk covers a mobile food delivery app – GrabDish – to illustrate a variety of data types, languages – with containerized, multi-tenant aspects of the data platform, available both on cloud and a standalone stack. The attendees will be able to complete self-guided hands-on labs. We will share an open platform technology stack for Microservices to enhance your multi-cloud deployment strategy.